13 Songs, 1 Hour


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Amazing Album! A MUST BUY!


First of all, I want to say. That i have NEVER WRITTEN A REVIEW ON ITUNES! Having said that, i felt that i needed to for Reach. I have to admit, i have been a fan of Tyketto since 1998. When vocalist Steve Augeri took over lead vocals for Journey, i started researching other bands he was in. Tyketto was one of them. So, i started listening to them. I WAS BLOWN AWAY! How the hell could i have not known about this band! Danny, the current (and original) lead singer is amazing. 2 faults i see with itunes and this band. One, where the hell are the other albums they have released? Come on Shine, Strength in Numbers???? And for God sake where the hell is Take out and Served UP??? ITS A TRAGEDY!
Ok, i feel better now.. Now to Reach. In the 6 hours of owning this album, i have played it over and over and over. Songs like Reach, Big Money, Kick Like A Mule, I Need it Now, Tearing Down The Sky, and The Fastest Man Alive ( A song that the CW series The Flash needs to make their theme song), are a sure fire way to get a speeding ticket if you listen to them while driving. The fact that Reach, Big Money, Kick Like A Mule, and a Circle the Wagon are the first 4 on the album are fantastic. Should come with a warning NOT TO LISTEN WHILE DRIVING BECAUSE YOU WILL BE PULLED OVER! Then you have a song like Letting Go. Amazing ballad. Honestly, i can't find a bad thing to say about this album. I just hope this is the beginning of many more..... !!!!!!


Mr Pylak

Their first album was and still is amazing. Such a fantastic band. But every album since (with the exception of Shine) has a terrible production. It's like they tone it down just as the chorus gears up. Guitars are weak and just fail. These guys are stellar. Hammer it down and let it rip....stop this limp guitar thing. His voice is so powerful, it needs an equally powerful backing.

About Tyketto

Hard rock outfit Tyketto was formed by previous D.O.A. frontman Danny Vaughn in 1989 following the dissolution of his previous band, Waysted. Guitarist Brooke St. James, bassist Jimi Kennedy, and drummer Michael Clayton rounded out the original lineup, which took its name from a graffiti tag scrawled across a Brooklyn wall. Tyketto's Richie Zito-produced debut, Don't Come Easy, appeared on Geffen in 1991, promoted with a U.K. tour in support of White Lion; in mid-tour, Kennedy left the lineup, however, with White Lion bassist James LoMenzo completing the dates. Bassist Jaimie Scott was named Kennedy's full-time replacement in time to record Strength in Numbers. Advance copies of the album were already in the mail when Geffen unexpectedly dropped the group in 1992, and the finished product did not appear stateside until two years later, when it was released by CMC. Vaughn then left Tyketto to care for his sick wife, and former Tall Stories vocalist Steve Augeri stepped in for the group's third LP, 1995's Shine. Tyketto disbanded soon after, but in 2000, Vaughn, Scott, and Clayton reunited in a new group, named simply Vaughn, which also featured guitarist P.J. Zitarosa and keyboardist Kyle Cummings. The classic Tyketto lineup of Vaughn, St. James, Kennedy, and Clayton also mounted a European tour in late 2003. Almost ten years later, Tyketto reunited to record new studio material, including 2012's Dig in Deep and 2016's Reach. ~ Jason Ankeny




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